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Environment

14 secret parks and gardens in Chicago

Illinois adopts new water regulations; on track to combat Legionnaires' outbreaks

A year later, fight against ethylene oxide persists: ‘These folks aren’t going away.’

Move over Punxsutawney Phil. Meet Captain Gill, a Chicago fish that predicts the weather

Snakes and skinks and frogs (oh, my): Forest Service doesn’t want you to run them over during migration

Illinois Conservation Foundation names new executive director

Cooler weather, showers could make for disappointing Labor Day weekend

Data indicates 4 remaining Illinois coal plants among worst polluters

Editorial: Piping plovers of Montrose Beach fly in the face of Trump’s short-sighted environmental policies

Jumping worms are the latest invasive species to hit Illinois. In Chicago, they’re basically everywhere.

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